£1,100,000
Blagrove Lane, Wokingham
SSTC
With Annex
Kitchen Island with second sink
Dining space and three sets of French doors
Gas range cooker
Living room with half-height wall to dining room
Cosy snug
Perfect entertaining space
Master bedroom with storage and dressing room
En-suie with twin basins
Child's bedroom has built-in storage
Bedroom Two
Family bathroom
With views overlooking fields
View of front lawn and pond
Downstairs loo
Granary annex on 'mushroom stones'
Lovely self-contained annex with central heating
Annex open kitchen & living room
Annex bedroom with roof window
Cosy annex living room
High quality cabinetry and plenty of storage
Welcome home!
Entrance from front driveway
Barn style garage to the right of farm house
Seated Arbour
Farm House sits centrally in its 0.3 acre plot
    3 bedroom detached house for sale
     3 2 3
    255.3m2
     
     

    Features

    • Vaulted Open Kitchen with Island
    • Dressing Room to Master Suite
    • Around a Third of an Acre Plot
    • Detached Annex
    • Garage & Driveway Parking
    • Inglenook Fireplace with Stove
    • Country Walks Nearby
    • Peaceful Semi-Rural Setting
    • Utility / Laundry
    • Grade II Listed Building
    A charming and spacious period farmhouse - with vaulted open kitchen, large driveway, detached annex, and timber garage.

    Set in a courtyard of converted farm buildings, but with its own large driveway entrance, Blagrove Farmhouse is the perfect combination of period charm and modern comfortable living.

    Believed to date back to the 17th Century, this period home has been substantially renovated by the current owners. They've created a warm and welcoming country kitchen with range cooker, flagstones, and statement vaulted beamed ceiling. The family & dining space has three sets of double doors leading into the garden - perfect for throwing open on warm days and letting the summer pour in.

    Its beautiful front garden with peaceful duck pond has views over farmland, and the back garden is super pretty with mature trees, a summer house, and large patio area - perfect for relaxing on a sunny day. It would be easy to imagine you are in the countryside, but Blagrove Farmhouse is only a few minutes drive to all the local amenities available in Wokingham, including the train station which has direct trains to Reading and London.

    For cosy nights the inviting living room has a wonderful fireplace with a wood burner (and historic bread oven), and there's a lovely snug for tucking up with a good book. This large room leads into the spacious dining area, with a half-height wall to create a wonderful entertaining atmosphere. There is a also study area and boot room which can be accessed either from the living area or through its own separate entrance.

    Upstairs there is a wonderful master bedroom suite which includes vaulted bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. There is also a double bedroom, a quaint child's bedroom and a family bathroom (with roll top bath and claw feet). Anyone looking for a fourth bedroom for guests or older children will find 'The Granary' a perfect solution - a completely self contained annex with its own boiler and central heating.

    With utility room, pantry, boots / cloak room and downstairs loo, Blagrove Farm House is fully equipped for family life, dogs, and outdoor living.



    > Superfast broadband availability - download speeds up to 49 Mbps, upload speeds up to 9 Mbps.

    > Mobile phone coverage rated 'good' on all major networks - Three, EE, Vodafone and O2.



    A Few Words from Quarters
    "If you'd like to own a slice of English Heritage, this lovely farmhouse has been lovingly cared-for by its present owners. Full of charm and quirky history, it's quite clear to see so much of its character has been retained and celebrated.

    Unlike many period properties, most of the ceiling heights are extremely good - unless you're particularly tall, there's only need to stoop in a couple of places and, thankfully, one of these is the quaint child's bedroom! By contrast, the vaulted master bedroom and kitchen ceilings have grand proportions and striking detail.

    Well-placed for some of Wokingham's best schools, and around 1.5 miles from the train station, this home captures the rural feel without being too remote.

    For any questions, or to arrange your viewing, please get in touch with Nick or Teresa at Quarters Estate Agents, Wokingham - we're looking forward to showing you around!"


    Council Tax Band: G (Wokingham Borough Council)
    Tenure: Freehold
    Reference: RS0254
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